Great Yarmouth born
Lee Bray was a youth team product who was third choice goalkeeper
for the Canaries in season 1995-96 whilst studying at Loughborough
University. Lee was released in the summer of 1996 and joined Diss
Town of the Jewson Eastern Counties League. After a successful season
at Diss where he kept many clean sheets, Lee was signed by Wisbech
Town in a bid for them to strengthen the Fenmen's squad for their
campaign in the Dr Martens Southern League Midland Division. It
was the first time that Wisbech had played at this level since 1970
and Bray was seen as a vital component in ensuring the team stays
in this league. Bray got off to a good start as Wisbech beat Atherstone
3-1 in a friendly before opening their season with a 0-0 draw against
Lee joined Ryman leaguers Dulwich Hamlet in the summer of 1999,
teaming up once again with Matthew Rush
Lee then moved on to join Worthing.
Lee emailed me in June 2001 bringing me up to speed with his career.
He now lives in Brixton, working for financial giant J P Morgan.
He admits that he has probably retired from playing football competitively.
Lee's brother Justin
also played for